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    NEET 2020 Rank List, Topper List, and Marks vs Rank Analysis

    Neha Rani Neha Rani
    Exams Prep Master

    NEET 2020 ranklist will be prepared by NTA for admission in medical and dental colleges of the country. NEET 2020 Result will be announced on June 4, 2020.

    Looking at the last year result, the topper Nalin Khandelwal secured 701 out of 720 marks. Since the exam is yet to be conducted, candidates should prepare as per the last year result and score accordingly.

    NEET Qualifying Percentile

    • Candidates are required to score minimum qualifying marks in NEET 2020 to qualify for further admission process.
    • Candidates belonging to unreserved (UR) category are required to score equivalent to at least 50 percentile and those belonging to SC/ ST/ OBC are required to obtain marks equivalent to at least 40 percentile to be considered for AIQ and state counselling process.

    NEET 2019 Rank List- Check the Top 10 Candidates!

    NEET 2020 is yet to be conducted and the result is expected to be declared on June 4, 2020. Meanwhile candidates can have a look at NEET 2019 Rank List, to get a thorough idea about how much marks can get them admitted to the colleges of their choice.

    NEET All India Rank List 2019 (AIR)NameMarks
    1Nalin Khandelwal701
    2Bhavik Bansal700
    3Akshat Kaushik700
    4Swastik Bhatia696
    5Anant Jain695
    6Bhat Sarthak Raghvendra695
    7Madhuri Reddy G695
    8Dhruv Kushwaha695
    9Mihir Rai695
    10Raghav Dubey 691

     Check To Medical Colleges Cutoff

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    Bangalore Medical College Cutoff

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    NEET 2018-Toppers list

    NEET 2018– Check the Top 30 Candidates!

    Ms. Kalpana Kumari from Bihar state has secured 1st Rank in NEET 2018. Check out the top 30 candidates of NTA National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test 2018. The list is provided below with the details of NEET Topper 2018 Marks, percentile and All India Rank List.

    NameMarksPercentileNEET All India Rank List 2018 (AIR)
    Kalpana Kumari69199.9999211
    Rohan Purohit69099.9997642
    Himanshu Sharma69099.9997643
    Aarosh Dhamija68699.9996064
    Prince Choudhary68699.9996065
    Varun Muppidi68599.9994496
    Agrawal Krishna Ashish68599.9994497
    Ankadala Anirudh Babu68099.9991348
    Madhvan Gupta68099.9991349
    Ramneek Kaur Mahal68099.99913410
    Aditya Gupta68099.99913411
    Keerthana K67699.99897612
    Ritwik Kumar Sahoo67699.99897613
    Onteru Venkata Sai Harsha Vardhan Reddy67599.99818914
    Sahil Sachinbhai Shah67599.99818915
    Menda Jaideep67599.99818916
    Abhishek Kumar67599.99818917
    Tanuj Jatin Presswala67599.99818918
    Koduru Sriharsha67599.99818919
    Amulya Gupta67599.99818920
    Gunjan Atul Gattani67599.99818921
    Sangeet67599.99818922
    AADITYA Vasudev Aggarwal67599.99818923
    Shilok Viral Patel67399.99811024
    Siddharth Ravi67299.99803125
    Mohammedanas Mohammedyunus Memon67199.99755926
    Aadhya Akshya Joshi67199.99755927
    Shikhar Bansal67199.99755928
    Shabita Khan67199.99755929
    Sameer Patro67199.99755930

    NEET Merit List: State Quota & All India Quota

    NEET Merit List

    The usage of NEET Rank List can be comprehended in the following ways:

    1. NEET Rank List for All India Quota: The All India Quota List is drawn up by NTA to provide admission to the applicants into 15% seats of Government Medical and Dental Colleges of the nation.
    2. NEET UG State Wise Rank List: The State Wise Rank List is set up by the authorities designated for various states. More than 85% seats in the NEET Participating Institutes are reserved for state quota.

    NEET 2020 Rank Predictor


    NEET State Wise Rank List - Marks Vs Ranks

    • As per previous year analysis of NEET result, in order to come in the top 100 ranks of NEET, one would roughly need a score of 701 or above.
    • The last person to qualify NEET 2019 from general category got a score of 133 and NEET rank of 5,43,473. 
    • The highest mark scored in NEET 2019 was 701, and in NEET 2018 it was 691.
    • The qualifying score in NEET 2019 was 133 (for general).
    • As the marks scored decreased, the number of candidates scoring similar marks in NEET increased. Wherein multiple candidates scored same marks, the tie-breaking criteria is used to determine the NEET rank.
    NEET Marks & Rank Range
    Rank RangeMarks RangeRank RangeMarks Range
    1-5681-69038,671-42,664391-400
    6-9671-68043,751-48,025381-390
    10-16661-67049,140-53,692371-380
    17-31651-66054886-60,006361-370
    32-65641-65061,286-66,854351-360
    66-80631-64068,197-73,907341-350
    81-92621-63081,674-75,426331-340
    92-160611-62082,464-89,970321-330
    172-246601-61091,617-98,710-311-320
    272-363591-6001,00,625-1,08,255301-310
    388-531581-5901,09,875-1,18,148291-300
    547-781571-5801,20,177-1,28,941281-290
    813-1,132561-5701,31,185-1,40,219271-280
    1,200-1,616551-5601,42,586-1,52,352261-270
    1,728-2,308541-5501,54,842-1,65,169251-260
    2,441-3,298531-5401,68,075-1,78,876241-250
    3,503-4,473521-530181,431-194813231-240
    4,708-5,972511-5201,96,386-2,10,183221-230
    6,257-7,696501-5102,12,003-2,25,343211-220
    8,032-9,570491-5002,28,954-2,42,788201-210
    9,958-11,594481-4902,46,509-2,61,169191-200
    11,993-13,926471-4802,65,271-2,80,794181-190
    14,358-16,342461-4702,85,115-3,01,394171-180
    16,795-18,977451-4603,06,153-3,23,646161-170
    19,548-22,114441-4503,28,574-3,46,874151-160
    22,756-25,447431-4403,52,020-3,71,811141-150
    26,179-29,211421-4303,77,662-3,98,105131-140
    29,973-33,388411-4204,04,017-4,28,905120-130
    33,794-37,770401-410

    No. of seats available

    How Many MBBS/BDS Seats are Available?

    As per the latest data available, given below are the numbers of seats and colleges which will offer MBBS/BDS admissions through NEET 2020 scores, which means that AIIMS and JIPMER institutions are excluded from the data. NEET 2019 MBBS/BDS figures given below are approximate figures and may vary by a small margin due to change in seat matrix, college licenses, etc.

    MBBS/BDS Seats and Colleges (Available through NEET 2019)

    MBBS
    Colleges and SeatsGovernment CollegesPrivate Colleges*Central Universities
    Total Colleges2162472
    Total Seats30,45536,165151
    AIQ Seats4508(Not applicable)(Not applicable)
    BDS
    Colleges and SeatsGovernment CollegesPrivate Colleges*
    Total Colleges47260
    Total Seats2,93024,130
    AIQ Seats425(Not applicable)

    *Including Deemed Universities.


    Topper’s Speak: Strategies to Crack NEET 2020

    Topper's words

    Nalin Khandelwal​

    Nalin from Jaipur took coaching for NEET Entrance Examination from Allen Jaipur Center. Navdeep Singh stated that candidates should have faith in themselves. They shouldn't shy from asking doubts. According to Nalin, he studied 7-8 hours daily and was fully focused from past 2 years. He also skipped social media so that he doesn’t get diverted.

    Bhavik Bansal

    The Delhi Topper, Bhavik believes that NCERT is the bible for preparation of all subjects. As per Bhavik, NEET consists of 80-90% of questions from NCERT. He practiced multiple mock test and Practice papers , and had mugged up NCERT for about three to four times. He also took coaching from Aakash Institute, Preet Vihar. The topper loves to play PC games and watch youtube, he did’nt leave this passion and balanced his studies with his hobbies. 

    Akshat Kaushik

    Another Topper with 100 percentile Akshit Kaushik says not to get demotivated while preparing for exam. Akshit took the coaching from Aakash Intitute , Varanasi. The topper used to solve many solving papers after studying the chapter twice or thrice.While giving the exam, he used to mark few questions for review. He marked atleast 40-50 questions out of 200 for review, which he used to solve later. He gave a hefty 2 hours to physics but only when he knew he could afford that without missing out on questions from other subjects.

    Swastik Bhatia​

    Swatisk, another NEET Topper is from Faridabad. Swastik believes that hard work, self-study, positive approach towards goal and staying away from social media platforms played the major role in his success story. In order to keep his cool, Swastik’s entire family used to watch Kapil Sharma comedy show. He used to study for 12-14 hours daily and during the leisure time he had conversation with family and that was also medical related.

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